|All-New Lexus NX|
|Front headlamp with a signature look|
The grille blends seamlessly into a sculpted bonnet, creating strongly contrasting surfacing that projects a sense of depth. The side profile is instantly recognisable as a Lexus, accentuated by a roofline that’s set towards the rear of the compact crossover to give maximum visual impact. Details include an innovative door mirror design and a world-first door handle mechanism with a concealed key barrel and integrated lighting. These features enhance the overall premium look by creating a smooth finish along the side of the car. The rear is punctuated by Lexus’s L-shape combination lamps, fitted with seamless LED lighting. The bodywork design echoes the spindle grille treatment at the front.
|Aggressive front look|
|Profile and rear|
Each power unit is fitted to an all-new Lexus NX with front or all-wheel drive. The power train line-up for African markets will be disclosed closer to the launch. Africa markets, including Kenya, should expect getting the exciting new turbocharged petrol engine.
The NX continues the development of Lexus’s display and operation zone concept that featured well on the LF-NX concepts. Innovative on-board technologies include a Lexus-first wireless charging tray for portable devices, a Panoramic View Monitor, and a comprehensive multi-information display with a Lexus-first G-sensor and boost meter. The all-new Lexus NX also offers a head-up display, Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross Traffic Alert.
|Plenty of storage at the back|